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Code red worm infects servers, not individual PCs

Unlike typical computer viruses, the code red worm infects other computers on its own without the help of a human. The old adage: Don’t open the attachment and you’ll be fine— doesn’t apply in this case. You need not do ...

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Rochester Legal Briefs: July 2, 2001 (8309)

Ergonomic Mouse Caught In Patent Infringement Case In a decision involving patent infringement charges related to a computer mouse design, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit vacated and remanded the case, indicating that there remained a question ...

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Rochester Legal Briefs: July 2, 2001

Ergonomic Mouse Caught In Patent Infringement Case In a decision involving patent infringement charges related to a computer mouse design, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit vacated and remanded the case, indicating that there remained a question ...

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Patent office boasts trademark e-filing system (8252)

I’d like to share with you the progress we have made towards our goal of supporting E-Government initiatives. This month, we will receive our 100,000th trademark application through our award-winning Trademark Electronic Application System (TEAS). Customers who use TEAS to ...

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Patent office boasts trademark e-filing system

I’d like to share with you the progress we have made towards our goal of supporting E-Government initiatives. This month, we will receive our 100,000th trademark application through our award-winning Trademark Electronic Application System (TEAS). Customers who use TEAS to ...

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IBM beats charges of fraudulent misrepresentation (8231)

In American Shizuki Corp. v. IBM, the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in favor of IBM in a diversity action in which ASC claimed $8.5 million in damages based upon promissory estoppel, negligent misrepresentation, and fraudulent representation. Factual Background ...

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IBM beats charges of fraudulent misrepresentation

In American Shizuki Corp. v. IBM, the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in favor of IBM in a diversity action in which ASC claimed $8.5 million in damages based upon promissory estoppel, negligent misrepresentation, and fraudulent representation. Factual Background ...

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Commentary: Automated system not best way to track weather (8190)

Long time readers of this column may recall some years ago my railing against a new automated weather observation system that was scheduled to be installed at area airports across the country. We are updating that column today but first ...

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Commentary: Automated system not best way to track weather

Long time readers of this column may recall some years ago my railing against a new automated weather observation system that was scheduled to be installed at area airports across the country. We are updating that column today but first ...

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Device to record car crash info gains popularity (8159)

Did you ever wonder why airplanes have the benefit of a computerized flight data recorder and automobiles don’t have some similar sophisticated contraption≠ The “black box” can often provide significant information about a plane crash. What if we had the ...

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Device to record car crash info gains popularity

Did you ever wonder why airplanes have the benefit of a computerized flight data recorder and automobiles don’t have some similar sophisticated contraption? The “black box” can often provide significant information about a plane crash. What if we had the ...

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Commentary: Choosing your co.'s Application Service Provider (8119)

Computer systems, software, and networks are fundamental business tools. Every business has them, but no business professional wants to spend much time working with them. The lack of skilled IT resources for small to medium-sized businesses makes do-it-yourself solutions difficult ...

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